Friday, 14 August 2015

Food on Friday: Potatoes


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This week we have a theme again!  Potatoes! Did you enjoy last week's Free For All?  I hope so because I found it fun.

To add your potato dishes, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I'll be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard which also has the 137 links from the earlier collection in December 2012. 

Chips anyone?



29 comments:

  1. One of my favorite staples ! Thanks for hosting the link-up, Carole :-)

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  2. Sorry I haven't participated in a while! Here are a couple of potato recipes that I've made recently.....a version of the Indian classic "saag aloo" but using rainbow chard instead of spinach, and a classic vegetarian puff pastry pie. Thanks for hosting!

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  3. Love potato dishes so I brought over a favorite from my blog.

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  4. This is in eeveryone's comfort food zone. Tasty!

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  5. I could eat potatoes every day. I've brought two favorites, one a warm salad that doesn't use any oil, the other a delicious stewed potato that uses a small amount of meat for flavoring. Hope you like 'em!

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  6. Hi carole, hope Friday is great for you, Love potatoes!

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  7. Hi, Carole and all!

    We just got back from seeing the whales in Churchill, Manitoba. It was on our bucket list for an awfully long time and they were a thrill to see. Hope you all visit Canada and see them, too!

    Ok… back to the potatoes. The link posted ( Anna Sultana's Roasted Potatoes ) has recipes for 3 ways of cooking potatoes, as well as links for Ma’s Lemon Chicken and a few Maltese classics:
    Ross il-Forn (Baked Rice, Maltese Style)
    Imqarrun il-forn (Baked Pasta, Maltese Style)
    Timpana (Baked Pasta with pie crust, Maltese Style)

    There’s also a link for Carmela Soprano's Roasted Potatoes with Rosemary and Garlic.

    Happy weekend, all!!

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  8. Potatoes are one of my favorite foods. I could eat them all day, every day especially since there's so many ways to dress them up and take them out.

    Thanks for hosting!!

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  9. We eat a lot of potatoes! Great with breakfast, lunch or dinner. So versatile. I've added a few of my favourites.

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  10. I have plenty of potato recipes on my site, so it was tough to choose which ones to share.

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  11. Hi Carole a good old Lancashire beef hot pot this week with crispy sliced potatoes on top. Lovely.

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  12. Never met a potato I didn't like.

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  13. I've never met a potato I didn't like either. Thanks for being our hostess Carole.
    Sam

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  14. Hi Carole - this week I'm sharing a simple recipe for Teisennau Tatws or Welsh Potato Cakes. I thought I didn't even one potato have a recipe but I do!

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  15. Thanks for the invite! So many yummy potato recipes!

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  16. Potatoes are one of my favourite foods! Just shared my recipe for a lovely little party appetizer - “Baked Potato” Gougères.

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  17. Oh my goodness, people got excited about potatoes! There are a lot of good recipes!

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  18. My husband is requesting some new potato dishes, so this is perfect!

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  19. Good Morning Carole, This is my perfect week, I love, love, love potatoes in any shape or form. Today I have added my version of Saag Aloo and also Potatoe Lyonnaise.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  20. I went all French on you this time and added Tartiflette!

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  21. Thanks Carole--Potatoes are the best!

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  22. Added a couple of my faves here. I do love potatoes.

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  23. Carole, I love potatoes! Will be back tomorrow to check out the links!

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  24. Thanks for hosting, Carole! I hope you have a good weekend.

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  25. I already feel the starch overload!! Yum.

    Cheers Carole!

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  26. Carole,
    Better late than never, eh?
    Thanks!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers